Pervious pavement research in Spain: Hydrocarbon degrading microorganisms

J. R. Bay\303\263n, D. Castro, X. Moreno-Ventas, S.J. Coupe & A.P. Newman
Pervious pavements have made an important contribution to stormwater quality improvements in sustainable urban drainage systems, particularly as part of a treatment train approach. In Spain however this approach has hardly been addressed. This paper outlines the emerging research in a collaboration between UK and Spanish Universities aimed at establishing a research infrastructure to allow the study of pervious pavements to be carried out taking into account local conditions in the northwest of Spain. Parallel...

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Pervious pavement research in Spain: Hydrocarbon degrading microorganisms

J. R. Bay\303\263n, D. Castro, X. Moreno-Ventas, S.J. Coupe & A.P. Newman
Pervious pavements have made an important contribution to stormwater quality improvements in sustainable urban drainage systems, particularly as part of a treatment train approach. In Spain however this approach has hardly been addressed. This paper outlines the emerging research in a collaboration between UK and Spanish Universities aimed at establishing a research infrastructure to allow the study of pervious pavements to be carried out taking into account local conditions in the northwest of Spain. Parallel...

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